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CVS Repository

  • Unfortunately, SourceForge's WebCVS cannot be used with the OpenSSI project, due to a tagging technique that we are using to dramatically decrease the workload of maintaining OpenSSI for several different distributions. Sorry about this. SourceForge has said that they might work on a solution.

    Traditional CVS checkouts still work properly.

  • SourceForge has provided some nice documentation about their CVS services.
  • You can sign up to receive checkin messages for OpenSSI and CI
  • To get the complete OpenSSI source code, you also need the source for the Cluster Infrastructure (CI) project. First login to both CVS servers. Press Enter when prompted for a password:

    $ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ci-linux login
    $ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux login

  • If you want the Fedora Core version of OpenSSI, checkout the OPENSSI-FC branch of the CI and OpenSSI repositories:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ci-linux co -r OPENSSI-FC ci
    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-FC openssi

    You also need a copy of the base SRPMs that OpenSSI modifies:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-FC srpms

    OPENSSI-FC refers to the development branch for the upcoming 1.9 releases for Fedora Core. Use OPENSSI-FC-1-2-STABLE if you want the stable branch for the 1.2 releases. Alternatively, you can checkout a release tag, such as OPENSSI-FC-1-2-1.

    To build OpenSSI RPMs, follow the instructions in openssi/docs/devel/Building-RPMs on the OPENSSI-FC branch, or in openssi/docs/fedora/devel/INSTALL.cvs on the OPENSSI-FC-1-2-STABLE branch.

  • If you want the Debian version of OpenSSI, checkout the OPENSSI-DEBIAN branch of the CI and OpenSSI repositories:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ci-linux co -r OPENSSI-DEBIAN ci
    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-DEBIAN openssi

    OPENSSI-DEBIAN refers to the development branch for the upcoming 1.9 releases for Debian. Use OPENSSI-DB-1-2-STABLE if you want the stable branch for the 1.2 releases. Alternatively, you can checkout a release tag, such as OPENSSI-DB-1-2-1.

    To build OpenSSI .debs, follow the instructions in openssi/docs/debian/devel/INSTALL.cvs on the OPENSSI-DEBIAN branch, or in openssi/docs/debian/devel/INSTALL.cvs on the OPENSSI-DB-1-2-STABLE branch.

  • If you want the SuSE version of OpenSSI, checkout the OPENSSI-SU branch of the CI and OpenSSI repositories:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ci-linux co -r OPENSSI-SU ci
    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-SU openssi

    You also need a copy of the base SRPMs that OpenSSI modifies:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-SU srpms

    OPENSSI-SU refers to the development branch for the upcoming 1.9 releases for SuSE. There is no stable branch, since SuSE support is new for OpenSSI. Nor are there any releases for SuSE, yet.

    To build OpenSSI RPMs, follow the instructions in openssi/docs/devel/Building-RPMs.

  • If you want the Red Hat 9 version of OpenSSI, checkout the OPENSSI-RH-1-2-STABLE branch of the CI and OpenSSI repositories:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ci-linux co -r OPENSSI-RH-1-2-STABLE ci
    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-RH-1-2-STABLE openssi

    You also need a copy of the base SRPMs that OpenSSI modifies:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-RH-1-2-STABLE srpms

    OPENSSI-RH-1-2-STABLE refers to the stable branch for the 1.2 releases for Red Hat 9. There is no active development branch, since Red Hat 9 support will be dropped after 1.2.

    Alternatively, you can checkout a release tag, such as OPENSSI-RH-1-2-1.

    To build OpenSSI RPMs, follow the instructions in openssi/docs/redhat/devel/INSTALL.cvs.

  • If you want the Red Hat Enterprise Linux version (RHEL3 U4) of OpenSSI, checkout the OPENSSI-RHEL-1-2-STABLE branch of the CI and OpenSSI repositories:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ci-linux co -r OPENSSI-RHEL-1-2-STABLE ci
    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-RHEL-1-2-STABLE openssi

    You also need a copy of the base SRPMs that OpenSSI modifies:

    $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.openssi.org:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co -r OPENSSI-RHEL-1-2-STABLE srpms

    OPENSSI-RHEL-1-2-STABLE refers to the stable branch for the 1.2 releases for RHEL3 U4. There is no active development branch, since OpenSSI 1.9 has not been ported to RHEL.

    To build OpenSSI RPMs, follow the instructions in openssi/docs/redhat/devel/INSTALL.cvs.


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